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Tag Archives: CEO
Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger takes the 1980s idea of synergy that was perfected by the early Eisner and Wells administration to the next level with his concept of the Franchise. I’m not talking Kevin Garnett for you NBA … Continue reading
When you’re the head of the world’s largest entertainment company you definitely have a lot of power and influence. But Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger has set himself apart from everyday expectations. In a recent article with the NY … Continue reading
While not coming anywhere close to the obscene compensation packages that Michael Eisner earned for a few years ($204 million one year), Current Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger’s latest compensation package is raising a few eyebrows. Iger earned $30.6 … Continue reading
Legendary animator Floyd Norman has a blog (and a good website to boot). His post this weekend contrasts Walt Disney’s management style with the modern CEO. Walt Disney kept his visits short. Well aware his very presence might affect the … Continue reading